In order to make sense of what is going on between the Muslim world and the West, an understanding of socio-political characterology is essential. As long as the authoritarian social order in the West was intact, the Muslim world’s sleep was not disturbed. With the anti-authoritarian transformation of Western society which began around 1960, a polarization and a cultural clash slowly developed between the two worlds. This was because the anti-authoritarian transformation in the West with the help of the pseudo-liberal/communist character resulted in a marked shift to the far Left in the socio-political spectrum in these countries. Since the Muslim world continued to remain unmoved on the far Right of center, this shift widened the already existing cultural gap between them: The West shifted to the extreme left while the Muslim world continued to remain unchanged on the extreme Right.
The shift to the Left in Western culture resulted in the breakdown of social traditions in every area including particularly a loosening of sexual mores and a decline in personal responsibility. The permissive attitudes opened the floodgates for the expression of all sorts of secondary destructive impulses in the West which included anti-authoritarian disparaging remarks against each and every form of traditional social institution including the Islamic religion.
This brought about social conditions that were favorable for the eruption of an emotional plague reaction of global proportions. The Muslim world responded to this behavior on the part of the Left-dominated West in a way that would be expected for the Right, viscerally. They reacted violently to it as a provocation depending on how far they were characterologically on the right. Those who were farthest on the Right, the Black Fascists and the Reactionaries, reacted explosively to the provocation by destroying properties that they saw as symbols of Western influence while those who were less extremist, the conservatives and extreme conservatives, responded less militantly, by preserving the Muslim religion and way of life through peaceful means.
The global aspect of the emotional plague was now in place for the organized elements of Muslim Fascist groups, such as the extreme Right Salafis and al Qaeda, to enter and drum up Muslim outrage spreading the eruption from one country to another.
The fascist Muslim on the Right is active in physically fighting the pseudo-liberal/communist on the Left since he sees him as a rival for the world domination they both seek and as a threat to his essential mysticism (distorted core contact). By contrast, the pseudo-liberal/communist goes about his solution differently (through his intellect) because he has an essentially mechanistic character structure (lack of core contact). Both political extremes share the same end. They differ only in the means of achieving it.